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Hi Maha, do you think we’ve come to equate value with cost? That good-things-cost-more logic seems to be the principal argument. But if we said people will only do good work when they know they will be paid there might be an objection. Don’t people do good work because they have standards of expectation of themselves first? Do ideas even constitute an economy in the normal sense of the word?

Inserted somewhere in the current system the trading of ideas has become a monetary transaction that turned into a business that eventually started rewarding the marketing of those ideas over the actual production of them. There’s a natural flow to this logic when ideas were poorly distributed, not now with the internet.

Anyway, I feel I can judge quality for myself–isn’t what i was supposed to lean in school?